Jan 07, 2016

Digital Hub Based Company Ezora Partners With Ctrl For Rollout In The Netherlands

Digital Hub based Ezora has this week signed a strategic partnership and reseller agreement with Ctrl B.V., a Deloitte owned company in The Netherlands.

Ezora Partners


Photographed from left to right are: Julie Sinnamon, CEO at Enterprise Ireland, Alan O’Neill, CEO and Co-Founder Ezora, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Gert de Jong, Director at ctrl and Martin Langedijk, Business Development Manager at Ezora. Photo: Nils van Houts / © 2016 Enterprise Ireland

The partnership was announced at an Enterprise Ireland event held in Amsterdam on 6th January, which was attended by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny.

After an extensive evaluation period, both parties have signed a partnership agreement that will see Ctrl act as a sales and implementation partner for Ezora within the Netherlands. This partnership will focus initially on the retail sector and will extend to transforming the finance department of businesses across other sectors over time.

Speaking at the Enterprise Ireland event in association with the Dutch Irish Business Association, An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny said:

The deal announced today between Ezora and Deloitte’s subsidiary business in the Netherlands, Ctrl, is a great example of what is possible when innovative Irish technology businesses think global and look outside of our country to do business. May I wish Ezora continued success as it seeks to rollout its cloud based services both in Ireland and internationally.

Commenting on the new partnership deal, Alan O’Neill, Co-Founder and CEO of Ezora, said:

“This latest partnership with Ctrl will benefit us by providing us with both the broad commercial reach of the Ctrl organisation in our sales activities and also the industry leading professional expertise of their implementation consultants. This will lead not just to new customers in The Netherlands, but more importantly to satisfied customers who will now be able to use our software to make more informed decisions for their business based on our business intelligence and reporting tools.”

Gert de Jong, Director of Ctrl, said:

“We are excited about this partnership with Ezora. Through the cloud based Ezora and the Ctrl.nl platform, SME clients can get more real-time insights into their business. This helps bring SME clients, especially those in retail, to the next maturity level.”

Enterprise Ireland CEO Julie Sinnamon also welcomed the partnership and said:

“A key focus of Enterprise Ireland’s strategy is to support start-ups and Ezora is an example of a high technology start-up that has global potential. We are delighted that they have partnered with Ctrl”.

About Ezora:

Ezora enables organisations to manage their key performance indicators, make better decisions and enhance their bottom line. Its executive team brings together a wealth of experience gained in leading multinational organisations in the financial services, technology and travel sectors in Europe, North America and Australasia. Ezora understand the needs and challenges of its customers and is committed to constantly enhancing its technology to ensure customers can succeed in these challenging economic times.
Read more about Ezora at: www.ezora.com

About Ctrl:

Since 2004, Ctrl has been the online collaboration platform for SME and midmarket companies. It is our ambition to facilitate an optimal collaboration among entrepreneurs, accountants, cloud-based software and requesting authorities like the Chamber of Commerce. In order to realise this, we have made several connections between our ctrl-platform and a variety of online services, including online bookkeeping from our partners, but for example also management reports or annual accounts. We strongly believe that the future will bring only more possibilities to collaborate online, with all types of organisations and requesting authorities. For that reason, our team of experienced professionals is continuously searching for solutions which make it easier, more efficient and more satisfying for entrepreneurs to do their business.
Read more about Ctrl at: www.ctrl.nl